RICHARD FAHEY saddled four winners yesterday and SHOW ME SHOW ME (2.25) is taken to master 21 rivals in the Goffs UK Premier Yearling Stakes.
His colt was pipped by Bettys Hope in the 24-runner Weatherbys Super Sprint at Newbury before running an excellent third to Liberty Beach at Goodwood. Both those races came over five furlongs and he will be suited by this extra distance.
LIBERTY BEACH (1.55) is strongly fancied to make it five wins from six starts in the opening Sky Bet Lowther Stakes.
John Quinn’s filly has produced two pretty awesome performances at Glorious Goodwood and Doncaster, and her only defeat came in the Queen Mary Stakes at Royal Ascot (fourth to very smart Raffle Prize) when doing by far the best of those horses drawn in single-figure stalls well away from the main action.
QAYSAR (3.00) appears a big each-way price in the Clipper Logistics Handicap over a mile. Richard Hannon's four-year-old beat Ibraz and in-form Nahaar at Newmarket under a 4lb penalty for scoring at Newbury four days earlier. James Doyle was aboard on both occasions and takes the mount again from stall one. Very consistent Kynren was just denied by Poet’s Society in this race last year and is a must for any shortlist.
The fillies' handicap is a cracking betting medium and I'll be very disappointed if MUBTASIMAH (4.50) isn't involved. She has won all three starts for William Haggas, starting odds-on on each occasion, and one of those victories came over course and distance in June.
Salayel rates a potent threat. She ran Californian Love close on debut for Roger Varian at Newmarket and that is a solid piece of form. Irish raider Crafty Madam can do best of the older brigade and isn't to be overlooked.